Kobina Wright is a second generation California native with a degree in Communications from California State University, Fullerton. Wright is an artist, writer and entrepreneur and is a board member of The G.R.E.E.N. Foundation, an organization that helps to service the community through health education and navigation to support individuals and families to access quality health care.
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Key encounters have formed Francis's photographic approach to bring him to social contact and staging. He then abandons computer sciences to exploit his bubbling creativity, full of sensitivity. The human being is then at the center of his work, after the fashion of the "Self" (Freud), which lies between unconscious desires and moral standards. Affected by the death of a friend, he undertakes a strong introspection that will highlight neuroses that he crystallizes through nude photography.
Starr is an artist whose work is informed both by the long lineage of artists in her family and by the rich culture of the places that she has lived, mainly Washington DC and Brooklyn, NY. Starr’s primary mission as an artist, educator and scholar is to uplift the narratives and work of Black artists from the US both past and present. Working towards this end Starr has earned a BA from Roosevelt University, an MA in Museum Studies from Western Illinois and is currently a second year student in the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore in the MFA Community Arts program '19.
'Doting Diana 4' by Dr. Ernest Williamson III was the perfect pairing with CK Rose's story 'A New Benchmark' and together the two of them formed the standard for NUNUM's Summer issue. If you missed it then, no worries because we've reprinted it below. And for those of you who've already memorized it, scroll down and enjoy 'Art of the DJ 2' and 'Beauty and Stress 2', two more canvases Ernest has been kind enough to share with us.
'The Phosphors' is a series of optical aberrations of video images Reggie Davis has crafted from distorted phosphorescent matrix patterns he found on CRT TV screens. NUNUM couldn’t have been happier when Reggie decided to share three pieces from this series with us.